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for a backyard grill out, some brats
before a baseball game or searing a steak
for dinner on the patio, we hope you’re doing it with full flavor and having fun all the while!
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We had my twins' 3rd birthday party today. With a Toy Story theme, we had to have Pizza Planet. We did 6 pies and they were a hit. Sorry, no pics. The pies were getting eaten as fast as I could cook them.
My last 2 pies gave me some trouble. I seemed to have a major hot spot on my stone. The last 2 bottoms stuck to the stone in the front left of the egg and burned. I was really puzzled. I turned the pies every couple of minutes. They shouldn't have burned, but they did. I ended up with half of a perfect bottom, and half burned. Any thoughts?
Setup was as follows. Platesetter legs down with stone raised on 1/2 inch spacers on top of the platesetter. Temp was around 600. It did sneak up to the 650-700 range toward the end. I turned the pies every 2 minutes.